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  1. 1.Boats with one mast
  2. 2.Like anchors during a commercial break
  3. 3.Enter with keys?
  4. 4.2021 role for Kristen
  5. 5.Mature
  6. 6.It's found at both ends of snakes
  7. 7.Defeats verbally
  8. 8.Accompanying dish ... that 15-, 23-, 33-, and 45-Across all have?
  9. 9.Monolith material
  10. 10.Dirty quarters
  11. 11."Give me ___!" (start of a cheer in Alabama)
  12. 12.Actress Headley of Coming to America and Coming 2 America
  13. 13.Darlin
  14. 14.Jam
  15. 15.Root (out)
  16. 16.One who looks up when told that gullible is written on the ceiling, say
  17. 17."Move it!"
  18. 18.Point at with the head
  19. 19.Take out to court?
  20. 20.Mobile game with a sliced-watermelon logo
  21. 21.Tired and bored
  22. 22.Make smitten
  23. 23.One of several in a pen, usually
  24. 24.1984 hit for 2-Down
  25. 25.Sardonic syllable
  26. 26.Woman's name that comes from the Greek for "peace"
  27. 27.Place for some Christmas shopping
  28. 28.Sorta
  29. 29.Doesn't get left in the dust
  30. 30.Violent regime change
  31. 31.24 beer cans
  32. 32.Name associated with an online list
  33. 33.Chums at sea?
  34. 34.Prof's honor, typically
  35. 35.Sedentary sloth
  36. 36.Sistine Chapel decoration
  37. 37.Unspecified high term in a mathematical series
  38. 38.Whole
  39. 39."I'm here to help"
  40. 40.Talking Heads bassist ___ Weymouth
  41. 41.7-Down, e.g.
  42. 42."Sorry, busy that day"
  43. 43.Lang. used for choosing fonts
  44. 44.Mantra, e.g.
  45. 45.Fireplace residue
  46. 46.Groovy music offerings?
  47. 47.Weekend gathering for high schoolers when someone's parents are out of town
  48. 48.It's right on a globe
  49. 49.Tempe sch.
  50. 50.Evaluation of an argument based on whether it can be made with a straight face
  51. 51.Maastricht Treaty grp.
  52. 52."Don't fight!"
  53. 53.Suffix with Toad or Smurf
  54. 54.Russian ruler until 1917
  55. 55.City famous for its pesto
  56. 56."Ye gods!"
  57. 57.Squeal in response to hearing a mouse's squeal
  58. 58.Athlete who snaps
  59. 59.Colt call
  60. 60.Parodist with the album Alpocalypse
  61. 61.Famous feature of Ryoan-ji
  62. 62.Cheers for a sports team
  63. 63.Smoke
  64. 64.Duane ____ (New York City pharmacy chain)
  65. 65."What have we here?"
  66. 66.From Brno, say
  67. 67.Smoke screen
  68. 68.Speechless
  69. 69.Part of a Soviet military uniform
  70. 70.Judge
  71. 71.Emperor's proclamations
  72. 72.___ memorization

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About The Atlantic Crossword

The Atlantic is known to challenge assumptions and pursue truth since its inception in 1857. The Atlantic launched its first crossword in September 1977 called ‘The Atlantic Puzzler’. Its run was ended in print in 2006. Now, they have a mini puzzle called ‘The Atlantic Crossword’. This puzzler is created with regards to the needs of a general smartphone user. The difficulty level of the puzzle increases through Monday to Saturday. The biggest puzzle of the week is published on Sunday. The Sunday crossword is the most difficult and interesting puzzle of all. It comes with a social feature that allows adding another person and solving the puzzle together. All Sunday puzzles are 15 by 15 themed and they are created by the regular puzzle creators on a rotating basis. Some of them are difficult than the others, but on average, the difficulty level is equal to the ones published on Wednesdays. Signing up for the digital subscription lets allows an access to all the previous crosswords in a reverse chronological order.

Solving The Atlantic Crossword

For the beginners, there are a few tips that can help you solve The Atlantic Crossword. Plural clues generally mean the answers would be in plural too. If a clue has a question mark at the end, it might mean that the answer would involve some wordplay. All the Atlantic Crossword answers and the clues have the same part of speech. This is true for tenses as well – the clue and the answer would be in the same tense. It’s not mandatory to start solving the puzzle at 1-across. One should start solving the clues they already know. If a crossword clue has an abbreviation, its answer will too. For every clue, its first letter is capitalized. This might seem as just a pattern of writing, but it’s not. The crossword creators use this to their advantage as hiding a proper noun this way becomes easier for them and challenging for the solver. Lastly, there is no shame in looking up things you don’t know as this is a learning process.

The Atlantic Crossword authors: Multiple authors contribute to The Atlantic Crossword. Their talented crossword editor, Caleb Madison, has been successfully creating crosswords that maintain the initial promise of The Atlantic – providing the audience with an healthy appetite for their minds in various forms of entertainment.

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